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Topics like “How to Never Get Led On Again” and “Forgiveness Won’t Fix Your Toxic Relationship” aren’t always religious, but they are often built around believing.

The site’s crisp design and user-friendly archive reveals a plethora of information, including multimedia aimed at making mature choices of the heart.

Social Clout: 73,758 likes, 23,915 followers URL: Bragging Rights: uses celeb dating as a platform The Gloss takes a fun, celebrity-based approach on dating, love and sex.

Elle’s contributors take an in-depth look at topics like partners becoming more goal-oriented or dating a bad boy.

Social Clout: 1,849,956 followers, 1.1 million likes URL: Bragging Rights: a healthy romance is also important Having a love life that is both satisfying and healthy is at the core of Women’s Health, with coverage of everything from birth control to sex positions.

Social Clout: 2.9 million likes, 720,209 followers URL: Bragging Rights: a family-friendly site with an extensive archive This famed magazine’s love blog is designed around younger women and the trials of early dating.

Articles explore common romance pitfalls, including being a third wheel or falling for a friend’s beau. ” are aimed at protecting people from added heartache or embarrassment if things go south.

Social Clout: 1,745,026 followers, 837,000 likes URL: Bragging Rights: bringing some glamour into dating Glamour’s love blog is all inclusive, from sections on sex and dating, to understanding what men think and handling breakups.

Their articles are serious and thoughtful, including “6 Things Couples Only Do When They’re Getting Serious” and “Ways to Turn Down a Date Without Hurting His Feelings.” Social Clout: 1.7 million likes, 548,067 followers URL: Bragging Rights: faith, culture and intentional living At Relevant magazine, the writers and contributors explore the ups and downs of love through a faith-based perspective.

Social Clout: 1,350,941 followers, 379,000 likes URL: Bragging Rights: where black women come first The dating section at Essence brings the same spirit and depth they’re known for, with a mature bend aimed more at relationships than sex.

They still find the sizzling secrets as well, but they are best with more thoughtful offerings like “Ways to Chose Men More Wisely” and “Dating Mistakes Single Moms Should Avoid.” Social Clout: 763,000 likes, 96,224 followers URL: Bragging Rights: for women of substance More breaks its content into sex and love, marriage and divorce and attitudes, where contributors share personal victories and defeats.

Social Clout: 2 million likes, 700,615 followers URL: Bragging Rights: a classy blog with personality At Elle’s Life & Love blog, readers can turn to advice columnist E.